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On the darkest and most gruesome night of the year, there’s only one light to keep us company: shades of yellow, orange and white merge to stir excitement in the eyes and in the heart. Halloween flowers actually become the protagonists of a world that, for one night only, seems to put colours aside.
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Carved pumpkins, chiefly associated with the feast of terror, can be used as original flower vases. To make one, all you have to do is follow these simple instructions:
- First of all, get your hands on a large and pretty pumpkin.
- Cover your workbench with newspaper and have sharp knives and a spoon at the ready.
- Using a black marker, draw eyes and a mouth on the pumpkin.
- Cut off the top of the pumpkin and scoop out the flesh and the seeds using the spoon.
- Carve out the monstrous eyes and mouth and decorate the pumpkin to your liking.
- To finish, pour a little water into the pumpkin and arrange your flowers inside it.
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A novel idea would be to combine four or five pumpkins and make a composition of flowers and pumpkins, as if it were a plant. The “wow” factor is guaranteed and Halloween monsters will appreciate their flowery friends once again.